Game Updates Simulator 2020

Can you see the egg on my face? Here I was, thinking the game I pre-ordered was, in fact, Cyberpunk 2077, the game of the century (if the hype is to be believed). Much to my chagrin, I inadvertently ended up buying Game Updates Simulator 2020 instead. I tell you, there are days and then there are days, my friends.

Even though the signs were all there, I failed to see the writing on the wall in the depth of my absentmindedness. I mean, the first twelve hours of owning this game were spent simulating video game updates. How did I not see it sooner?

And although I feel a bitter sting and my fair share of embarrassment, I gotta say, the graphics on Game Updates Simulator 2020 are pretty fire. I mean, just look at this.

Copying Application Screen

You see that loading bar? You should see it in motion, friends. That gloriously translucent, horizontal, rectangular box fills up with a feverishly pulsating white, other rectangular box. When was the last time you’ve seen a loading bar that looked this authentic?

And the numbers? Please. Those numbers are frickin’ insane.

This game even manages to simulate the notifications section of my PS4. Like, what? Who does that? Game Updates Simulator 2020 does that, that’s who.

PS4 Downloads Screen

And although I would probably rather be playing Cyberpunk 2077 right now, I also kind of feel like Game Updates Simulator 2020 is the exact type of game the world needs right now. It reminds us exactly why we all started playing games in the first place: the constant updates.

[mic drop]

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